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Born: July 28, 1946 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Profession: Cast ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Into Temptation (2009)
When a suicidal prostitute confesses to a priest her plans to end her life on her birthday, he searches for her to intervene.
2.
Babysitter's Seduction (1995) as Alice Winston
A high-school babysitter becomes trapped in a web of deceit when her employer is killed and the dead wife's husband frames her for the murder.
3.
If Someone Had Known (1995) as Ellen Liner
A young woman kills her abusive husband and is arrested by her father, the town sheriff, before standing trial for the crime. Based on a true story.
4.
Place to Be Loved, A (1993) as Liz Russ
Based on the true story of Gregory Kingsley, a 12-year-old boy who successfully sued to divorce himself from his biological parents.
5.
Family Torn Apart, A (1993) as Maureen Hannigan
When a married couple is brutally murdered, their two adopted sons are suspected of the murder. Based on a true story.
6.
White Hot: Mysterious Murder of Thelma Todd, The (1991) as Ann Mcmahon
Explores the possibility that 1930s screen-siren Thelma Todd did not actually commit suicide in 1935, but instead was murdered.
7.
Baby Girl Scott (1987) as Jean Gelson
A married couple tries to decide the fate of their premature and severely damaged infant daughter.
8.
His Mistress (1984) as Katherine Beck
A married tycoon becomes involved in an emotional triangle after beginning an affair with an ambitious female executive whom he sets up in a lavish penthouse. Robert Urich, Linda Kelsey and Julianne Phillips make up the triangle, with Cynthia Sikes as the savvy mistress of one of industrialist Urich
9.
Attack on Fear (1984) as Cathy Mitchell
A pair of married small-town journalists take on the controversial Synanon organization with their expose forcing a government investigation and winning for them a Pulitzer Prize. Filmed in June of 1982 under the title "The Light on Synanon," it was based on the book of that name by Dave and Cathy M
10.
Perfect Match, A (1980) as Miranda Mclloyd
A successful fashion designer who learns that she has a mysterious illness that threatens her life searches frantically for the one suitable donor for a bone marrow transplant -- the daughter she, as a teenager, had given up for adoption. John Sayles, whose reputation has grown through his cult film
11.
Something For Joey (1977) as Narration
A dramatization of the true-life relationship between 1973 Heisman Trophy-winning football star John Cappelletti and his brother, Joey, stricken with leukemia. Director Lou Antonio and writer Jerry McNeely both received Emmy Award nominations.
12.
Something For Joey (1977) as Joyce Cappelletti
A dramatization of the true-life relationship between 1973 Heisman Trophy-winning football star John Cappelletti and his brother, Joey, stricken with leukemia. Director Lou Antonio and writer Jerry McNeely both received Emmy Award nominations.
13.
Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years (1977) as Lucy Mercer
A further look into the lives of F.D.R. and Eleanor Roosevelt during their twelve-year residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, reuniting most of the cast and technical crew responsible for the multiple-award-winning first film (1976). Equally as honored (with seventeen Emmy nominations), this film wa
14.
Midnight Man, The (1974)
Jim Slade is a former Chicago policeman who has just finished serving time in prison for shooting his wife's lover in his bed. Jim goes to live with friends in a small town where he has gotten a job as a night watchman at a college. When daughter of senator is murdered on campus, the town's sheriff

Cast (special)

15.
Death of the Dream: Farmhouses in the Heartland (2000) as Narration
Documentary that examines Minnesota's agricultural roots through the abandoned farmhouses that dot its landscape. Inspired by photographer and essayist William G. Gabler's book of classic farmhouses, "Death of the Dream," the program explores the states's rural past and a vanishing lifestyle.
16.
Home Sweet Homeless (1988) as Susan Palmer
A "CBS Schoolbreak Specials" presentation focusing on one of contemporary society's most heartbreaking phenomena--the plight of the homeless. Susan Palmer, a widow with three young sons, is forced to move her family into the streets. They find that they are part of the estimated 2 to 3 million home
17.
Spencer's Pilots (1976) as Cynthia Mcgrew
The pilot for the series of the same title, relating the exploits of Cass Garrett and Stan Lewis, charter pilots for Spencer Aviation, an organization that undertakes dangerous assignments. In the pilot, Philo McGrew, a dare-devil stunt flyer, inveigles Cass into performing two dangerous stunts at a

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

18.
Captains and the Kings (1976) as Peg
The nine-hour serialization of Taylor Caldwell's novel about an Irish immigrant and the establishment of his family name through the accumulation of wealth and power during the years from 1857 to 1912, along with his goal of having his son elected the first Catholic President of the United States, g
19.
Captains And The Kings (Part 5 and 6) (1976) as Peg
The nine-hour serialization of Taylor Caldwell's novel about an Irish immigrant and the establishment of his family name through the accumulation of wealth and power during the years from 1857 to 1912, along with his goal of having his son elected the first Catholic President of the United States, g

Cast (TV Mini-Series)

20.
Nutcracker: Money, Madness and Murder (1987) as Elaine Bradshaw Dropman
A three-part, six-hour miniseries based on Shana Alexander's book about a man whose obsession for pleasing his mother results in his killing his wealthy grandfather at her request. Based on a true-life case.
21.
Eleanor and Franklin (1976) as Lucy Mercer
An acclaimed, multi-award-winning production based on Lash's Pulitzer Prize-winning best-seller, with the story of the Roosevelts, from early youth to FDR's death in 1945, told through the recollections of the widowed Eleanor. Chosen Outstanding Special (1975-76 season) in the Emmy Awards ceremony,
22.
Picture of Dorian Gray, The (1973) as Beatrice
Oscar Wilde's eerie tale about a handsome Englishman who retains his youth while his portrait ages was given a two-part tape-to-film adaptation. Earlier there had been five silent film versions plus the classic production with Hurd Hatfield in 1945 and its 1970 remake.

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